Mayor Bill de Blasio portrayed Michael Bloomberg as out of touch with Democratic values: “a billionaire who epitomizes the status quo.”
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Another Democrat, Representative Ilhan Omar, had a different response to the news: “Good riddance.”
A cellphone video showing police officers surrounding the vendor inside a Brooklyn subway station went viral, resulting in a protest on Monday.
Supporters wore “Make America Great Again” hats while signs were posted in nearby building windows that read “impeach” and “convict.”
Michael Bloomberg is the most recent former New York leader to mount or explore a presidential bid.
A man shot his ex-girlfriend in the head, then shot her new boyfriend in the chest before killing himself, the police said.
The stabbing has brought renewed attention to the safety issues at some of New York City’s shelters.
The claim by the associate, Lev Parnas, is being vigorously disputed.
Tuesday: City workers are prepared for the white stuff, although it's not expected to stick, as a cold front brings temperatures plunging toward the 20s.
City officials are looking to Norway, whose correctional system is a radical departure from cold, harsh American prisons.
Her public art installation at Madison Square Park, opening in June, will focus on the so-called ghost forests that have died off because of climate change.
This week, Korakrit Arunanondchai will present his most ambitious project to date, a live show with multiple performers over two nights.
After a three-year absence, the New York City survey will return on Tuesday with the same cover and pocket-size dimensions.
The troubled office space company is said to be considering several candidates for the top job after pushing out its founder.
She wanted a well-maintained building without bugs. The pool was a bonus.
Tatyana Shterenberg immigrated from Ukraine and established a good life in Brooklyn and a promising career. In an instant, that stability disappeared.
Monday: It's been a fixture at its current location for 30 years. Critics say the spot is unsafe and chaotic. The artist who made it wants it to stay put.
He represented New Jersey’s Second District for 20 years, then was ambassador to Panama in a crucial period.
David Jones stopped working to take care of his son, then he received a lymphoma diagnosis. Now in remission, he wants to create a better future for his child.
Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.